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Solved My Problem with Draft

Postby ToYbOy » 03 Feb 2017, 12:50

Ok, for a long time I was just using these instructions and everything was working fine.
But for at least a year I couldn't get it working.
It would either let me choose sets I wanted to draft from and then would crash or would just crash straight away, depending on which version on Manalink 3.0 I was using.

If you have the same problem, maybe this will help.

Make and save a deck using the "Draft" card in the game and 39 other cards (the "draft" card actually has this written on it).
For ease of use later, call the deck "Draft".
Choose the deck called "Draft" as both yours and your opponent's deck.
Then start a normal duel without clicking on the "draft" option.

Follow the original instructions as per how to play with the drafts and how to delete old drafts, but don't delete the deck you created named "Draft", because you can reuse it each time.

Sorry if this was really obvious to people by the way, it was something I realised that I should have thought of a long time ago. #-o
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Re: Solved My Problem with Draft

Postby Aswan jaguar » 03 Feb 2017, 13:15

This seems like you patched an older Manalink 3.0 version over a new one or you patched an old draft patch from development to a new Manalink 3.0 version that doesn't need it.You shouldn't need to put a draft card in your decks if you use one of the 2-3 last Manalink 3.0 updates.
Just playtesting.
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